Piccaninnie Ponds

Mount Gambier Umpherston Sink Hole Garden

One of the most unusual features of the South Australia landscape, Piccaninnie Ponds can be viewed along the Limestone Coast. These unusual ponds are relatively small and unusual in that underground springs pour forth copious amounts of fresh water to…

Pink Lakes

Pink Salt Lakes

Pink Lakes are the focal point of Murray-Sunset National Park, drawing thousands of visitors every year. The lakes do not offer sandy beaches, boating or fishing. What they do offer are spectacular pink hues, best seen at sunrise and sunset.…

Lake Cootharaba

Lake Cootharaba Sunrise at Boreen Point

International visitors to Queensland’s famous Sunrise Coast usually don’t suspect an entirely different kind of watery delight awaits at Lake Cootharaba. Less than two miles from the beaches of the Pacific, Lake Cootharaba inhabits a completely different kind of environment,…

Dove Lake

Cradle Mountain from Dove Lake

One of Tasmania’s most popular natural destinations, Dove Lake greets visitors from around the world. This small glacial lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park is one of the easiest destinations to reach and the starting point for…

Lake Alexandrina & Lake Albert

Lake Albert When Full

Lake Alexandrina and Lake Albert are important lakes south of Adelaide in South Australia. Often called the lower lakes of the Murray River, the two freshwater natural lakes have played an important part in agricultural production for nearly 150 years.…

Lake McKenzie

Shore View of Lake McKenzie

Located on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia, Lake McKenzie’s crystal clear water and sparkling white sand combine to rank this lake among the most beautiful beaches in the world. Fraser Island’s beauty continues through the display of…

Lake Tinaroo

Wildlife at Lake Tinaroo

Lake Tinaroo, sometimes called Tinaroo Dam, Tinaroo Falls Dam or Tinaroo Lake, is a man-made reservoir located in northeastern Queensland, Australia. Resting on the Atherton Tableland with an average altitude of 2,461 feet (750 meters), Lake Tinaroo offers a dramatic…

Lake Eyre

Sunset Over Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre is the largest lake in Australia and the world’s saltiest lake. Located in South Australia, Lake Eyre draws tourists due to its unusual patterns of water capacity. The salty lake is usually completely dry and void of water,…